Charlton led Ireland to their first major finals at the 1988 European Championship and also took them to the World Cup quarter-finals in 1990.
"He was an adopted Loiner [citizen of Leeds] without a shadow of a doubt - the impact he left on us all as Leeds United fans made him one of us".
The club hailed him as an "all-time great" in a statement.
He won his first England cap against Scotland on April 10, 1965, and was part of Sir Alf Ramsay's England World Cup squad in 1966.
"From a family that loved soccer, he had many connections with Ireland, which he chose for one of his quietest recreations - fishing".
His golden moment as a player came at Wembley in 1966 when he and brother Bobby were team-mates in England's World Cup win against West Germany after extra time.
Charlton is the third member of Revie's Leeds side to die this year with Norman Hunter and Trevor Cherry also passing away.
Football Association chairman Greg Clarke expressed his sadness at Saturday's news.
"We can not express how proud we are of the extraordinary life he led and the pleasure he brought to so many people in different countries and from all walks of life", it said.
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"A true giant of English football, Jack will forever be remembered for his significant contribution to our World Cup win in 1966 and for being a warm-hearted, thoughtful man".
McGrath was one of the key men in a green jersey under Charlton, playing in Euro 1998, the World Cups of Italia 90 and U.S. 1994. "You would struggle to meet a nicer, more humble human being".
Judd told Midwest News that Jack would "stand out in snow" while fishing and he also had a love of music.
"Pushed to levels he had never imagined possible, Jack will always be remembered as one of the greats, notching up a number of appearances that will probably never be surpassed".
While the events of that dark day angered Jack, the atmosphere was at the opposite end of the scale twenty years later as fans of Ireland and England joined forces to pay tribute to their mutual hero.
Qualification was also achieved for the World Cup in the United States four years later, Ireland impressing again with their commitment and team spirit on their way to a round of 16 exit to the Netherlands.
Charlton is the sixth member of England's World Cup final team to have died after captain Bobby Moore, Martin Peters, Gordon Banks, Alan Ball and Ray Wilson.
Amid all the tributes, perhaps it was the presence of a supporter of Manchester United - Leeds' most bitter rivals - outside Elland Road that summed up Charlton's broad appeal. "Him and his brother, two northern lads going on and winning the World Cup together", said Jim Bates, as pensioners and children gathered behind him. "Huge respect to the man".